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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 May 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. Helena, Montana, Fra4, May 17, 97 No. 49. lot ONTANA PrANIIEALER. aes Weely by The Montans pldedaler Company. j. BASS, . . . EDITOR. pgom $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad . AdvrtiiRates on Appieation. gatred as s*eondcc'ass matter April 12, gtoe Post Office at Helema. Montana, the Act of Congress of March j, $179. all Commneications to The Montana rlaindealer, 19 Soath Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSPERITY !! UNION!!! aN1stitllffo olie Appeal eate Aassiaace in the Fight for the Soldiers Broad Objects Stated sate Support in I he EMirt to Ue care Fair Deal thr All Citizene Under the Constitution The Constitution League ap ls to patriotic citizenf; through t the United States for moral nd financial support in its defense f the constitutional rights of all 'tizens, regardless of locality, ce, sex, political or religious reed. We make the toll owing state ent in answer to many inquiries, d for new friends of the cause: e present incorporatei league is...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 May 1907

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OREGON AND MONTANA NEWS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country-Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place-Fall Trade is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. At the home of Andy Riddle, an In dian, near Toppenish, recently. Joe Flinne, a Sioux haltireed, shot his wife and himself, killing both instant ly. The trouble is supposed to have occured over the fact that Mrs. Flinne has left her husband and gone to the Riddle home to live. The state railroad commision, it is stated, has decided to abandon the Joint wheat rate order made last year, and is working on a new one, which will include the electric as well as steam roads. It is said to have been discovered that many boys in the Tacoma high school, instead of spending their money for their lunch at noon, put in the time of Intermission in play ing poker and penny ante. On charges of having fraudently converted to their own use timber from government land, Peter ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 May 1907

Snow in Wyoming. Laramie, Wyo.-Last Saturday a snowstorm raged in the souther Wy oming mountains and snow is seven feet d(eep on a level. Since April 15 the sun has not shone, and the storm has nrot ceased a moment. The tem perature has been between zero and 10 degre(s below during that time. It is the most remarkable storm that ever visited the Wyoming mountains. Rush City, Minnesota, Burned. St. Pattl, Minn., May 14.-The busi ness portion of Rush City, Minn., was totally destroyed by fire Sunday. Loss, $200,000. No Massachusetts Bucket Shops. Boston, Mass.-The state senate, without a dissenting vote, passed the bill prohibiting "bucket shops" in Mas sachusetts. Good Shows at Spokane. F'or the balance of the season at the Spokane theater the bookings are as follows: May 13 and 14-"Mrs. Warren's Pro fession." May 19-"Hello Bill." May 23, 24 and 25-Lillian Russell. June 10 and 11-Henrietta Crosmas. June 13 and 14-"The Bogus Prince." June 15-Mrs. Leslie Carter. June 17 and 18-Otis Ski...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 May 1907

Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Company. Reuben Baker came over from Butte to attend the funeral of Al bert Marshall, returning Tuesday. Mrs. H. E. Hill and Mrs. J. But ler of Butte came over and attend ed Albert Marshall's funeral. Ed Johnson says that the Butte people are lacking in hospitality, and that his treatment at the ball gives over there the 1st inst. was abominable, and that they should journey to Helena for lessons in the courtesies due strangers. Only two weeks until the Grand Concert at Electric Hall! It will be worth coming miles to see. Mr. Dudley Peyton is in a very critical condition with tuberctlo sis at St. John's Hospital. W. C. Rose, janitor at the Assay Offloe, is a very busy man these days; he is giving the building a regular overhauling, and is assist ed by Harry Simmons and A. Walton. J. Branch left last Sunday for Anaconda. Magnetic influences drew Char lie Cole to Great Falls last Satur day evening. He returned Mon say morning. Mrs. S. Walker...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 May 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. I" Helena, MouIm.a, Friday, May 24, 9o7. No. So. JONTkANA rAINIIKALER. . W@kly by TIb aMoLm - ,eatr Company. . AS, • • EDITO p.oo per ysr, Strily In Ad Advertisin Rates on AppMeson. am eod.class mnater April 2s. th Pou (Ace at Helkes, Moatas., th Act of Congress of March 3. iY79. a CommnicaUions to The Montana Ideater, s9 South Main Street. Helena, Montana. CE! O8PERITY ! IONI!! ..-4------- Gtt uas Touet er the greatest hope for the solution of the problems confront the destiny of our is our ability to get together essential things in the mod e, there is not the slightest ion. And we are glad tt tall along the lines there to be a disposition to d< nd even in this section witl, scattering population of out e they are abreast of the in their efforts to solidify interests that they may de part in this mighty march of S. dually envy, self-aggrandize ignorance and superstition rving away to broadgauged All along the line merit is ascendency, and if we ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 May 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL1 PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres Duri;,g the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Electrical workers employed at the pIwe'r houses of the United Railway, in San Franlcisco, walked out Saturday. 'I heir places were promptly filled by nc.n-uni)on men and cars are operating: as usual. Ilrewu ry wotk.is and drivers em pioye:l by every brewery in San Fran ci:co, excerpt three, have struck for $27 a week and an 8-hour day. Flf teon hundred m'en are involved. General Carlos Roloof, treasurer of (Clba, died Saturday. The Indiana tax commissioners re port corporal ion assesments Increas ed this year by over $12,000,000. Re'ports have reached Havana, through the Colombian government, that a fillbustering expedition against Colombia is being formed near Clen fungos. Luke E. Wright has resigned the am lasadorship to Tokio to take effect September 1. Thomas J O'Brien of Michi...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 May 1907

INA WATERY GRAVE TplUENTS IN SAD ACCIDENT AT SEATTILE SF. Goshorn and Glen Jacqueth of Kalispell, Mont., Two of the Victims .-torm Overtook Them While Boat. Ing on Lake Washington-Other parties Had Narrow Escapes. Seattle, Wash., May 20.-Three yg college students, two men and a girl, were drowned in a canoeing ac. cldest on Lake Washington Sunday. Aother young man barely escaped with the assistance of friends who went to his rescue in a sailboat while a usall was raging on the lake. The two men were J. F. Goshorn, so of Robert Goshorn, editor of the galispell (Mont.) Interlake, and G'ea Jacqueth, son of a Kallspell (Mont.) engineer and a sophomore stu deat at the same institution. The girl is Edith Vogt, a Junior in the Univer sity of Washington. These three, with Eugene White. another Washington university stu dent, were on the lake in a small canoe when a sudden squall came up and struck them. The canoe filled with water sad sank, leaving the occupants straggling in the choppy wav...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 May 1907

Trade with the Helena Packing and rovision Company. Rev. ordan Allen was a visitor in Helena last week, and preached at St. James Monday evening. Miss Carrie l)orsey, who has been ill with the whooping cough is reported convalescent. Mrs. Jefferson Harrison who has bee on the sick list is much im-, proved. f you want to help THE PLAIN. DEALER trade with the merchlnts whose advertisements appear in this paper. Mrs. T. Marlowe, wife of one of the Broadwater waiters arrived in the city last Sa urday from Ala bnlna. Mrs C II. Mason, wife of the head waiter at the Broadwater ar rived in the city this week. .1Mrs. Harrison, whose fame as a cook extends even beyond this continent, will do the cooking for the grand PIAINDEALER' Concert neixt Thursday night. Do not fail to get your ticket in time for our Grand Concert on Thursday night next. Curtain at 8 o'clock. There have been in the last six wee s five deaths among the col ored inhabitants of our city, which is very extraordinary. Everyth...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 May 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER ', i. Heena, Montana, Friiy, laj, 'i, r19o7 No. 5S. -bilhed Weekly by The Montana pl inetee CompanY. j. I BASS. . . . EDITOR. b tripon .oo per yea,, Strictly in Ad . Advertising Rates on Application. ~,ced m seeond.c':eu matter April i, 9, a the Poo Ot1ce at Helena, Montana, e the Act of Congress of March j, 1y79. ddress ll Conmmunicatios to The Montana plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSI'ERITY !! UNION!!! S.Il II. WELLS B.!RNE11'S SAL4ET ItKI.llKS Chicago, May 22.-To the Edi r: The morning paper contains n account of the almost complete iping out of a Negro family in Iaxton, Ga., by a white mob, be ause, it is alleged, the family, .adgett by name,-refused to al he mob t, search their home for supposed Negro assaulter. This oh of fiftcon men killed the fath r and a ten year-old child, wound d two other girls and two sons his was done, says the Associated ress Dispatch, because the Ne oes fired first, killing one man d wounding thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 May 1907

MRS. M'KINLEY DEADI FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY-- PRESIDENT ATTENDS. Stricken With Paralysis-She Never Knew of Efforts to Prolong Her Life -Many Relatives at Bedside-Dr. Buxton Will Have Charge of Funeral Services. Canton. Ohio, May 27.-Mrs. Will lain McKinley. widow of the late presi dent, di"d at her home here at 1:05 o'clock Sunday afternoon. F'ir many years Mrs. McKinley has been an ii valid. She re covered from the shock of her huislbanld's tragic death, but it Ildt its mark, andll whlen it was known thal shet I;al sutfferedt a stroke of para lysis little hole was felt that she could Iurvive. 'I'The end came peace.fully, almost im percepltiby. Mrs McKinley never kniow f tI lh efforls made to prolong her life. or the solicitous hople against hotls of her sister and other relatives andl ft ileln for her recovery. At the McKintiy honme, when death came, there were preset.L Secretary Cortel you,. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ilarer, Mrs. Sarah Duncan, Mrs. luther hDay, Jus tihe and Mrs. William I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 May 1907

When the Hair Falls Then it's time to act! No time to study, to read, to experi ment! You want to save your hair, and save it quickly, tool So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayer's Hair Vigor. It makes the scalp healthy. The hair stays in. It cannot do any thing else. It's nature's way. The best kind of a testimonial "Sold for or zty years." Uad" .. " Lowell. asa.I S Abo . .erse of SARSAPARILLA. Jebse Gr.:nt, third son of the great general, is a quiet, unassertive man of about medium height and rather in clined to be stout. Comfortably off, he is engaged in the gentle art of making the time pass pleasantly. 8;ATIOF I'r1o 1 'ITvY Or TOLEDO go, FUsK 1'.c ltElEY makes oath that he is Motnor partner of the firm of F. J. (HENEY & Co, doing luiness in the :lty of Toledo, Coun ty and Slate ftu 'eaid, and that said flirm will pay the rinm of ONE HUNDlEDE) I)OLLARS for tch adt every i'ase of (ATARaH that cannot be cured by the use of HAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 May 1907

* LOCAL Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Company. ()ld G(ussie was there with the guood. this week. The Butte citizense grow hostile over Ed Johnson's comment. See first page. Mrs. I)inah Brooks left last Sun (lay for Lewistown. Mr. E. McDl)onald, formerly of Anaconda is now a permanent fix ture at the Blroadwater. It is reported that the Luzon lees haf e b,een awakened from their long slumber, and will play a game of ball June the 91th. Miles York is preparing to build an addition to his residence or 0:h Ave. For the time being, how ever, h. is conducting a lumber yard. Rev. Osborne is arranging for an up-to-date stag party in the Inear future. Arthur Johnson made it back to the city after a week on the ranch. The debate at St. James Liter ary last Wednesday was Quite in teresting, with C. A. Johnson and H. Saulsbury overwhelming W. R. D)orsey and Mrs. Chas. Johnson on points. Next Wednesday night will be the election of Officers at the St. James Literary. J. C. Brown, t...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 June 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER "o.. I. ___ lenad, Montana, Friday, Jll, " 7., 9o7 No. 52. IioNiiIASA ILAINDEALEu. pablbhed Weekly by The Monta.na Plalndealer Company. J. BlASS, .I.. EDITOR. Sjbscription $2.0o per year, Strictly in Adl ,nce. Advertising Rates on Application. Entered as second-class matter April 12, 906, at the Post (Alice at Helena, Montana, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1379. Address all Communications to The Montana Plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE ! PROSPERITY !! UNION!!! S-----4--- In view oft the general qIuation which has maniy time been asked ort Ssin the last rew 1da.ts,--that o.lf w o are the Interested partese i n she oan ership ofthis public(ation?' Wa desir to state that not a living so.vul I lan the party whoae namne appsears at the hi ad of these columnsi I a any ints rest sr bolds any of the appurtenances ("' thls plant. We have Ino partner, msilent or ot hes - wiee, nlotwithmtlanlltng any claslls made by ei Ibody to the con...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 June 1907

REVOLUTION INbHINl ALL AUTHORITIES KILLED Al CITY OF WON5 KONG. News Late in Reaching the World Nearly 100,000 Rebels Said to Be Well Equiped for War-Aim to Over throw Manchu Dynasty-Kill All Officers. Revolt broke out on May 22 when rebels killed the military and civil au thorities at Wong Kong. China, but the news did not reach the world until last week. Three provinces are now in active revolt. Chang Chow, one of the important cities of China, is also threatened with attack. Estimates place the total num her of rebels at from 50.000 to 100.0,0O. Rebels have issued a proclamation saying there is no anti foreign sig nificance In the revolt. The rebels aim to overthrow the Manchu dynasty, which is said to be seriously threatened. Rebels are killing every official cap tured. China Rebellion Grows. London.-According to a special dispatch from Shanghai the revolu tionists In the districts surrounding Swatow and Amoy are murdering the officials, burning oclal buildings and occupying tow...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 June 1907

MINES AND MINING. After two weeks' trial in the fed eral court at Denver, Col., a decision was given in favor of the Stratton In dependence Mining company, limited, of London, England, and its lessees in the suit of the Portland Gold Mining company to recover the value of about $500,000 for gold ores alleged to have been taken by the defendants from ground in the Cripple Creek district owned by the plaintiff. Judge R. E. Lewis directed the jury to lnd for the defendants on the ground that the portland company had failed to prove the trespass alleged. Attorneys for the plaintiff gave notice of an appeal to the court of appeals, claiming that Judge Lewis had erred. In the Coeur d'Alenes. The Tucker Mining company, which owns a group of claims three miles east of the Snowstorm mine, has let a contract for a 300-foot crosscut tun nel.. Another streak of carbonates and ga lena was exposeI this week at the West Nine Mile property at the por tal of the property. which is now be ing widened...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 June 1907

Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Company. I. L. Grisson brought in from hii claim west of the city some fine omnllcs of (re this week. Charles l'ortier (;roves has mys terionsly lisappeared from the city. A. J. Marshall will leave Satur day for a three weeks' visit to his old home in Texas. Fligene ('lark is exl)ctedl home this week from a visit to the bed side of his sister in Palmyra, Mo., who has ,lrenI dangerously ill. TIE PII.AINIEAI.ER will receive anything in the line of photo graphs of yourselves er homeO, as we are arranging for an exhibit to place before the National Negro Business ,eague which meets at Topeka. Kans., in August, also samples of ore, etc. Butte and Anacondla tak notice. Gen. Alexander, Jr., who at times poses as a stellar light. -as a scholar and a patron of the fluid that comies from hops, as a diver sion, was conducted to the city "lBastile" Sunday morning for as sault, and Jtudge HIorn assessed hinm ten in Police Court Monday morning. Newt Nic...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 June 1907

HE LMONTANA PLAINDEALER ". Helena, Montana, Friday, June 14, 1907 No I A tl1 by Thoe 135Bon 3. o A •CoPanP"IF ale iv " . EDITOR. poo per reu uie ir, Su A'-d A ' g Rates on AplphAon. *.Neopd.cas nmaer Apnrl ,s, athepOAee *at Helm, lMotaa. * Ac of Coagres of Murch 3, 1579. i Coammnicions to The Montana liWdeler, 19 South Main Street, Helena. Monanas. EACE! .ROPERITY ! NION0!!t RDEIE I FMIR t Bishop's Views of Pont Polit ,ax Conditions op Kansas (Special). ajrb u.ks,ssane, cautious, cool iberto, and possessing the ab ut confidence of his country the most available, the moe fatory, and the best mai Sthe Republican Party ca efor its presidential non This nation has had enoug the strenuous life. Were Tal mated it would be by prox Roosevelt. It woul, spell dii for Roosevelt to be nomir again. Foraker is too frienc to my race to win a general cot t. I think that my people wi for Fairbanks. In Kansas 1 - t know how effective our ides opinions will be, but in se' states our influence and a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 June 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week--National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Charles Quigley, a laborer employed In Golden Gate park, in San Francisco, was killed by an automobile. After an existence of 12 years and three days, the Chicago Chronicle sus pended publication last Friday. The lid is on in St. Paul, Minn., all saloons having been ordered closed Sundays by board of police commis sioners. Rear Admiral Coghlan, retired, does not believe Japan and the United States will go to war in the near future. John E. Hasen, city editor of thr Desert Evening News of Salt Lake, died from pneumonia, following an operation for appendicitis. Secretary of State Root will visit Mexico In the near future. He will go to Mexico City and will, of course, confer with President Diaz. The steam dredge Seattle caught fire in dry dock at Naples, Ca!., from an explosion of oil a...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 June 1907

The only time a woman can sea any excuse for r. man to travel the booze route is after she has turned him down. Sý) t. Vitus Dance and all Nervous Dis r.I ases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's reat Nerve Restorer. end for FREE a trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline rd., t31 Arch St., Phila, Pa. The average boy considers an over coat go much excess baggage which he must wear to appease his moth. er's vanity. Mothers will find Mrs. \Vinslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their chil dren during teething perior. The fact that some people believe in themselves doesn't prove much but their credulity. CLASSIFIED ADS NOTICE--The fllowinl annetoncements aeb from leading boulus men s nd gmr m, andt re well worth yoUr 0r tlu of. n. Thoe lit msn eooun just the proposition you are iooS for. - - oW OMUC-H WOULD YOU LOSE IF YOUR liORSE SHOULD DIE? Accidents or disease may cause you a loss of hundreds of dollars. Don't take chances with your stock, but insure them with the West...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 June 1907

Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Company. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss L. T. Richardson and Solomon Scott on the eve of June 26th. Mr. W. C. Tracy of St. Paul was visiting in the city for a few days this week. Ira Smith, the crack left fielder for the Luzon Bees left Monday for Lombard. Around certain places the wom en can gangs are becoming as nu merous as the old guzzlers that hang around upper Main St. sa loons. Our little hint on undue atten tions of certain single men toward married women created consterna tion in certain quarters. There were several hit. We heard them holler. I)oc Draper, who has been away on business, says he is now free from all incumbrances. The Editor of THE PLAINDEALER has been confined to his home this week with a severe attack of the Grippe. Dave Gordon now declares that the announcement of his marriage was premature. Jas. Alexander left this week for Spokane. Gene Clark says that back in Missouri the weather is just as backw...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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